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Publisher Description

Math Words 1 is a selection of number words and number words used in conjunction with each other, that were chosen to promote effective communication and understanding of mathematics.  The compilation presents and defines the math words, in as uncomplicated manner as possible, and emphasizes a visual interpretation.   Simple illustrations or examples and brief definitions convey the use of the words and are suitable for use with students in grade three or higher.  The words can be used for remediation with older students who struggle with advanced math concepts because of gaps in their prerequisite foundation or used just for review. The relatedness of words within a group should be reflected on regularly.


The ebook is not a workbook.  A series of videos are presented to illustrate mathematical meanings of words.  Consider Math Words 1as a contemporary 3 Rs: reference, review and remediate, using whole numbers.  The author acknowledges the existence of many words that are used in other math domains, but focuses on classifying, ordering, comparing, and using basic operations.  Fractions and decimals words are not included in Math Words 1. Their usage is planned for Math Words 2. 


Tips on navigating through interactive ebook have been included.

GENRE
Science & Nature
RELEASED
2016
May 13
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
35
Pages
PUBLISHER
Edwina R. Justice
SELLER
Edwina R. Justice
SIZE
18.2
MB

Customer Reviews

Doug Beardsley ,

Seamless

The reader is seamlessly taken from concrete to abstract concepts. The book can first be read with someone knowledgable in interactive apps, so that none of its subtleties or steps are missed. Then let the student review freely and alone. Many kids can figure out the interactive apps on their own, faster than many adults.

Sharon Ross

Ali Beary ,

Review source correction

The reader is seamlessly taken from concrete to abstract concepts. The book can first be read with someone knowledgable in interactive apps, so that none of its subtleties or steps are missed. Then let the student review freely and alone. Many kids can figure out the interactive apps on their own, faster than many adults.

Sharon

Donnanowack ,

Another winner in the series

Edwina Justice has done it again with Math Words. She has taken basic math words and concepts and made them into fun learning exercises, through self-managed videos. The videos provide great visuals that break down the math words into easy to understand definitions with examples. Edwina’s vast experience in teaching and logical approach makes this book another winner in the series.

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